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Liverpool sink Chelsea, Andrea Pirlo’s impressive debut, sympathy for Manchester United
Mark Ogden joins Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens to discuss Thiago's debut and Frank Lampard's Timo Werner-Kai Havertz conundrum after Liverpool’s 2-0 victory over Chelsea. Plus, they react to Andrea Pirlo’s managerial debut at Juventus and ask whether Manchester United deserve any sympathy.
Al Hilal advance in AFC CL despite 15 players in quarantine
Saudi side Al Hilal overcome a team-wide coronavirus outbreak to reach the AFC Champions League last 16.
Incredible moment as parrot lands on Brazil player's head
Brazil's women's national team had to halt training when a parrot landed on a player's head.
WATCH! Gab and Juls get heated over the 5 subs rule
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens debate the advantages of the 5 sub rule with neither backing down.
How Dzeko will work with Ronaldo in Pirlo's formation
ESPN FC's Julien Laurens discusses how Edin Dzeko will fit in with Andrea Pirlo's tactics at Juventus.
Laurens: Barcelona have a crazy two weeks ahead
Julien Laurens cannot believe how late Barcelona have left it in the transfer window to do their business.
Lampard confirms Kepa will sit out Chelsea's next game
Chelsea's Frank Lampard confirms Caballero will start in the Carabao Cup following Kepa's mistake against Liverpool.
Burley: Werner will make Havertz look worse
Craig Burley explains why Timo Werner's style of play will have a negative impact on the outlook of Kai Havertz's performances for Chelsea.
Union down 10-man Montreal 4-1
Philadelphia Union come back from a goal down to beat Montreal 4-1. Watch MLS on ESPN+.
Chelsea's goalkeeper woes reappear against Liverpool; Son leads Spurs with 4 goals against Southampton; Juventus and Real Madrid kick off their seasons
The FC crew discuss Chelsea's subpar performance against a Liverpool that was littered with mistakes from their back-line and their goalkeeper. Plus, Heung-min Son leads Spurs with a mega 4 goal performance against Southampton, and Juventus and Real Madrid start their campaigns with varying results.